Students were acknowledged at a special Senior Recognition Program on June 19th
The videos will be shown during substitute trainings sessions beginning this fall
The 2017 Research Symposium was held on June 6th
Āine O'Sullivan will also spend five weeks this summer with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre
Student productions won four different awards at the film festival
Freeholder Serena DiMaso and County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon spoke with students during the breakfast
Awards for outstanding actress, outstanding actor, and outstanding production were just some of the honors district schools won
The choir performed “Listen to My Heart,” a piece written by the late Steven Gosewisch, a longtime choral director at Howell High School
Four students received scholarships at the event
Officer Dave Rocca stopped by Manalapan to discuss aspects of working for the FBI Police Security Division
Students earned some of the top places at programming contests at Rowan University and Widener University
Lianah Sta. Ana will receive her medal on June 18th
District schools received nominations in 23 categories including outstanding overall production, outstanding lead actor & actress, and outstanding all student orchestra
The Washington Post's annual rankings of how successfully schools challenge their students
Renee Chen, Audrey Chu, and Alexandra Cusumano were selected from over 8,200 applicants from across the United States
Students in the Law & Public Service Learning Center met with guest speakers Superior Court Judge Linda Grasso Jones and attorney Barry Serebnick
Students were able to ask the senator about her background in government and her views on various topics
Zachary Isaacson has spent the last six months creating “Laser Glow,” a puzzle game with over 40 challenging levels
Students were able to explore the 60-foot trailer and try their hand at various simulators
Lianah Sta. Ana is an alternate in the lead role of Kim
Daniel Garcia, Class of 2010, visited the Five Star Café to work with students and receive proclamations from local officials
Rachel Zhu’s work is still in the running for a National Medal
Audrey Chu shows off her singing skills in the piece
This is the fourth consecutive year that the unit has been named Area 4 Champions
Heather Shapiro spoke with students in the Computer Science Academy about the importance of mentorships
Forty students participated in the event sponsored by the Air Force Association
The academy's unit held their Pass in Review on December 13th
Lianah Sta. Ana performed at MetLife Stadium for the Giants’ November 20th game against the Chicago Bears
Students in AP U.S. Government & Politics and the Law and Public Service Learning Center tackled various topics in three different debate formats
The Senator spoke with students in the Global Studies Learning Center
Command Master Chief of the US Navy's Naval Service Training Command and the Area 4 Manager presented the trophy to students
William Dean raised more than $17,000 to benefit the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation and the district’s Navy Junior ROTC unit
The band also put on a performance for students
Tessa Catuogno, a student in the Medical Sciences Learning Center, was selected from a pool of 270 candidates
A Pass in Review was held for family and friends on August 5th
Lauren Hersh, Director of Anti-Trafficking Policy & Advocacy at Sanctuary for Families, returned to her former high school to speak with students
Students toured the nation’s capital and met with Congressman Chris Smith
Howell screened four films at the festival
Students have won awards in chemistry and physics competitions
Students in AP Language and Composition crafted reviews after enjoying lunch at the café
Monmouth County Freeholder Serena DiMaso and County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon spoke with seniors about the voting process
The schools won a combined six awards at the 2016 Basie Awards
Students won first and second place at Rowan University Programming Contest
Christopher J. Gramiccioni spoke with students in both the Law & Public Service Learning Center and the Navy Junior ROTC Academy
The 25 students in the Class of 2016 were recognized at the May 10th event
The episode will air on TBS at 9:30pm on Tuesday, May 17th
The donations will be going to the Bridge of Books Foundation
Tatianna Brown and Renee Chen are both students in the Scholars’ Center for the Humanities
District schools received nominations in 21 categories including outstanding overall production, outstanding lead actor & actress, and outstanding all student orchestra
The trio competed against 50 other teams from across the region
The unit has also been selected as the top in the northeastern region
The students will perform at various events throughout the state
All six schools in the Freehold Regional High School District were accredited as a system
Two seniors presented at TEDxNavesink Interactive Makers Gallery on April 9th at Monmouth University
Patrick McGarry was chosen out of 600 international applicants as the winner of the Speak Truth to Power video contest
Topics addressed the accomplishments, hardships, and issues that women have faced or are presently facing in modern society
The students shined in the competition which is open to schools nation-wide
Five students were recognized for their work over the weekend of April 1st
Mr. Kimmel met with Marlboro High School students in March
The show airs on April 5th at 9pm on TBS
Three students from Freehold High School and one from Manalapan High School won awards
Students welcomed guest speakers Paul Frisco and Barry Rosenzweig
The article discusses the team's upcoming competition at the NJROTC Academic, Athletic and Drill Nationals
Monmouth County Assistant Prosecutor Hoda Soliman walked students through the trial process
Rachel Ottman will be working with a pediatric geneticist with a special interest in Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome
Students in the Class of 2019 presented skits for parents and their peers
Two teams from Freehold High School took first and third place at the Monmouth University High School Programming Contest
Kaylee DeFreitas will now compete in the national competition
Ariel Rakovitsky created a crowdfunding app designed to help schools raise funds
Cadets will travel to Florida in April to compete in the national championship
Applications to the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program are by invitation only
Trinity Pelina, Cole Matino and Mackenzie Kean were all featured in the newspaper
Colts Neck’s Drill Team is prepared to defend its title as NJROTC Area 4 Champions
Sruthi Boddapati will work at the USDA Agricultural Research Station lab at Tufts University
Nina Mojares, a student in the Global Studies Learning Center, will compete this summer for the national title
The News Transcript showcased the program at Manalapan High School
Lianah Sta. Ana won a monetary award and will attend a week of workshops in Miami
Dr. Martin Becker and Harry Maisch met with freshmen AP Biology students
Cadets in the NJROTC Academy displayed their skills in front of NJROTC Area 4 Manager Commander Jimmie Miller, US Navy (Ret)
The senior is a member of Colts Neck’s Naval Junior ROTC Academy
Stephanie Taylor told students that Freehold High School is the only school in the world to have had three grand prize winners of the Google Code-in Contest
The student created film, “Daytime Summit,” won the first ever All American High School Invitational
Several students were selected for prestigious research programs
Cadets marched in the parade in Raritan Township on September 20th
Kayleigh Wilson and Sruthi Boddapati will travel to Iowa in October for the conference which is open to select students from around the world
Students also placed second and third at two recent programming competitions
Students in Howell High School’s Fine and Performing Arts Academy created “The Devil’s Tree”
Robert Grimmie, the director for New Jersey’s Center for Occupational Employment Information, and Senator Jennifer Beck spoke with students in the Law and Public Service Learning Center
Thirty-nine students from the Science and Engineering Learning Center competed
CentraState Healthcare System hosted a luncheon and ceremony for the Med Sci Class of 2015
Nina Mojares will compete in a 2016 pageant for the state crown
The Veterans Appreciation Lunch was senior Samantha Cantor’s creation
Louis Rondinella is one of eleven nationwide to receive the honor.
SeaPerch is a regional underwater robotics challenge
Kristen Schandall and Evan Hymanson will attend the prestigious U.S. Naval Academy Summer Seminar for a week.
District schools received nominations in 19 categories including outstanding overall production, outstanding all student orchestra and outstanding lead actress.
Seniors in the Humanities Learning Center made presentations to their peers about various topics impacting women.
The two young ladies developed the app at the hackBCA II event
Four of the young women are students in Freehold High’s School Medical Sciences Specialized Learning Center and the fifth is a Manalapan High School freshman.
The Howell High School students decorated their classroom depicting different periods in China’s history.
Students from all six Freehold Regional High School District schools are recipients of prestigious awards issued during the 2014 Technology Student Association State Conference.
On Saturday, April 5, 2014, students of Manalapan High School’s Science & Engineering Learning Center won the 2014 New Jersey Coast Section Robot Challenge hosted by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Students of the Entertainment Technology video program are recipients of some of the most prestigious awards issued during the 2014 New Jersey High School Film Challenge.
On May 21st, the Howell High School Drama Club had the honor of attending the Basie awards at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank. Nominated for a record 18 awards, the Drama Club brought home 5 trophies.
After winning the Merck Science Award in chemistry as a sophomore, Kenneth Luo has won the Merck Science Award for Physics. Kenneth had the fourth highest score in New Jersey on the highly competitive physics exam.
Something wonderful is cooking over at Freehold High School. The school’s Culinary Arts/Hospitality Management Academy was featured in National Geographic for its unique comprehensive program.
Ten students traveled to California over Presidents’ Day Weekend to compete.
Chaitya Shah will spend time at Google’s headquarters in California.
Courtney Joline spoke with students in the Law and Public Service Learning Center about her experiences in Tunisia.
Lauren Hersh, Director of Anti-Trafficking Policy & Advocacy at Sanctuary for Families, spoke with students in Howell High School’s Humanities Learning Center on Jan. 21.
Michael is one of 31 finalists in New Jersey.
Laurie B. Gerhardt, Director of the Family Division of the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, spoke with students
Ken Dwyer’s production piece was selected as one of three finalists from across the country.
The junior performs in the musical’s final scene.
Two teams from Freehold High School have scored within the top 30 percent of more than 800 teams competing across the country.
FRHSD students work with middle school students in an “Hour of Code” during Computer Science Education Week.
As the second place winner of the picoCTF 2014 competition, Richard will receive a $4,000 scholarship, a trip to Carnegie Mellon University, and $3,000 for Manalapan High School.
The public is invited to participate in Freehold High School’s annual “Empty Bowls” project at the Five Star Café between the hours of 8 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. on December 10-12th.
Two students also won a Raspberry Pi, a small, credit-card sized computer when the guests visited on November 12th.
Cadets of the Naval Junior ROTC Unit at Colts Neck High School will be hosting “The Polar Express” holiday themed event on December 5th at the Barnes & Noble located at 3981 Highway 9 North in Freehold.
Eighty eight Cadets from the Navy Junior ROTC Academy at Colts Neck High School walked history’s trail on a trip to Baltimore, Md. on the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Baltimore on September 12, 2014.
Three FHS seniors were accepted into prominent research internships.
The Veterans Memorial Garden was designed by senior Daniel Elice as his Eagle Scout project.